Moth Control & Eradication
There are approximately 2,500 species of Moth found in the UK. The majority of Moths found in the UK are harmless, however a few are seen as pests due to the damage their larvae cause to materials, textiles and stored products. Unlike some other pests, Moths pose you no health risks as they do not transmit diseases.
Once inside your home some Moths - such as Clothes Moths can severely damage natural fibres (such as wool, silk or cotton) in carpets, clothes, fabrics, fur and even leather items. Moth caterpillars cause the damage by eating the protein (keratin) found in natural materials. This potentially puts your delicate items at particular risk of damage, especially if they are left stored in draws, wardrobes or under the bed for long periods of time.
If you think you may have an infestation then contact us quickly, so treatment of the Moths and their larvae can begin, as left unchecked the problem can swiftly spread to other areas of your property.
Using a professional Moth control service is the most effective way to guarantee the complete removal of Moths from your property.
We offer a free survey of your property, to assess the level of infestation and identify the invading Moth species.
Our BPCA qualified technicians can offer effective, targeted Moth control tailored to your requirements.
Treatments will include the removal of any potential breeding sites to guarantee a long-term solution to keep you, your home or your business safe from harm.
Species of Moth
Whilst there are many Moth that can invade you property, we have identified 4 species that are commonly found in homes & businesses throughout the UK.
A few Moth species can unfortunately cause a lot of unsightly damage to clothes, carpets and other materials in your home or business. Taking immediate action as soon as you see the tell-tale signs of Moths is vital.
If you have spotted Moths at your property, we recommend acting quickly to ensure immediate control & eradication. A Moth infestation can be an indication of a deeper problem and identifying the specie of Moth is imperative in order to establish the source of any infestation.
If you have spotted Moths at your property, we recommend acting quickly to ensure immediate control & any source is identified and dealt with accordingly.
Have you noticed Moths around your house or workplace? Don’t worry we're here to help. If you think you have a possible Moth infestation please call us now to speak to our experts about our fast effective treatments.
Clothes Moth - The Common Clothes Moth larvae is responsible for making irregular holes in fabrics.
Brown House Moth - It is very common to see Brown House Moths in your home.
Case-Bearing Moth - The Case-Bearing Moth makes more regular holes in fabrics.
White-Shouldered Moth - White-Shouldered House Moths are generally less damaging to textiles.
Protect Your Home From Moths
Our BPCA qualified technicians can help protect your home & family by providing fast, discreet, effective targeted Moth control solutions. Get in touch today to arrange one of our technicians visit you property.
Solutions to Eradicating Moths
Our BPCA certified technicians provide safe, effective solutions to get rid of Moths using industry-leading treatments. One of the quickest and most effective ways to control Moths is with insecticides. We have a large selection of insecticides suitable for use indoors and out, in a wide variety of formulations too. Insecticides are used as part of a planned programme of anti–pest activity and regular monitoring. We'll put a schedule of visits in place designed to effectively take care of your Moth problem with the minimum of disruption.
Call us today on 0800 107 8741 and have a chat with one of our trained staff members for more advice & to get your quote.
“ Last month i noticed that i had holes in some of my woollen jumpers and coats. After a bit of research on the internet, i discovered that i had a problem with clothes moth. Thats when i called in the experts. Explained exactly what treatment was required and how to help prevent this happening again in the future. Thank you very much. ”
— Audrey, Congleton